News from the Field

Cyclist Ryder Hesjedal Admits to Doping

Canadian Ryder Hesjedal, the 2012 winner of the Giro d'Italia, has admitted to doping ten years ago under the direction of discredited former yellow jersey wearer Michael Rasmussen. Hesjedal came... Read More

Do 'Kid Cages' Stop Wolf Attacks?

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to extend Endangered Species Act protection to the estimated 75 Mexican gray wolves in the Southwest, and that's causing many to question the... Read More

Watch: Chopper Opens Beer Bottle

At the conclusion of a grueling three-day Chinese helicopter tournament this week, pilots cracked open a bottle of beer, with their choppers. This annual competition tests pilots' skills in six... Read More

Small Pets Found Cooked in Campfire in Denali

An employee of Alaska's Denali National Park was on his way to the landslide on Park Road when he took a detour to investigate a pile of trash at about mile 7. He discovered the site of a modern... Read More

Sandy's Positive Impacts Begin to Appear

Scientists studying the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy say that for all its destruction, the superstorm actually brought about many positive environmental changes. National Geographic reports that... Read More